Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission (IACAC)

Commission interaméricaine d'arbitrage commercial
Comisión Interamericana de Arbitraje Comercial
Comissão Interamericana de Arbitragem Comercial

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1934-04-25 Montevideo Uruguay


25 Apr 1934, Montevideo (Uruguay), by 'American Arbitration Association' and 'Council of Inter-American Relations', following Resolution XLI of the 7th International Conference of American States, Dec 1933, Montevideo. Rules of Procedure last amended l Nov 1996.


Establish, maintain and administer throughout the Western Hemisphere a system for settlement, by arbitration or conciliation, of international commercial disputes.


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Commission (meets at least every 2 years), consisting of a Delegate and an Alternate Delegate from each National Section. Executive Committee, consisting of President, Vice President, Director General, Secretary, Assistant Director General, Treasurer and other members. National Sections or Representatives in almost all countries in the Western Hemisphere; where none as yet exists, the Commission performs all activities that would otherwise be performed by a National Section.


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